The National Association of County Engineers (NACE) recently held their annual conference in Buffalo, New York. At the conference, two Ohio representatives received national awards. Greg Wilkens, P.E., P.S., Butler County Engineer received the David P. Brand Safety Award. Joe Dura, P.E., Design Department Manager at the Montgomery County Engineer’s Office received the Program/Project Manager of the Year Award. Congratulations Greg and Joe!
Also at the conference, two Ohio County Engineers were elected to NACE office. Stephen McCall, P.E., P.S., Champaign County Engineer was elected to the office of 2021 NACE Secretary/Treasurer. Jeff Linkous, P.E., P.S., Clinton County Engineer was elected to serve as Northeast Region Vice President. Congratulations Stephen and Jeff, and thank you for your service to CEAO and to NACE!
A new Gaysport bridge is on the horizon, but shorter travel times in the southern part of Muskingum County are still more than a year away.
Shelly and Sands will start construction on a new bridge in late July, after a lengthy closure. It is one of several bridges expected to be rebuilt over the next few years.
Jun. 29—The Clark County Engineer's Office has been navigating the impacts of the nation's surging inflation — which has caused a cost spike in materials used for construction projects underway or upcoming — and a shortage in materials.
"It's definitely provided an interesting twist to things," Clark County Engineer John Burr said.
BELMONT COUNTY, Ohio — A few paving projects are set to begin this summer in Belmont County.
Belmont County Commissioners opened bids on two separate paving projects in Bellaire. County roads 5, 26, and 44 are set to be repaved.
MANSFIELD – Richland County Commissioners are hoping the third time is a charm for finding a chip-and-seal contract for summer road projects.
Commissioners authorized Richland County Engineer Adam Gove to re-advertise for chip and seal contract bids during Tuesday's meeting.
LEWIS CENTER — The recent dry, hot weather has allowed work to progress nicely to add lanes at a busy intersection near the Polaris area.
“The first phase of the Worthington and Africa Intersection has begun, with work on Africa scheduled to begin in June,” Orange Township posted on its website. “The project is scheduled for completion in November.”